Bulletin Board: May 6 – May 12

Here is this week’s bulletin board for any announcements, requests, questions, etc. that you just want to post.

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8 thoughts on “Bulletin Board: May 6 – May 12”

  1. Word to the wise. Never watch Silenced with Gong Yoo! Its is not for the faint at heart! It is heart-breaking! And extremely painful to watch! Unfortunately based on truth! Goodness!

    1. I don’t think I can watch that movie. I would be screaming at my computer and my husband would confiscate said computer.

  2. How I wish they stop extending a drama everytime its top of the ratings. Spent 28 hours watching Smile, You which was great and now the story is stretching way out and I just found out they extended it by 16 episodes, damm
    Relatively stopped watching now
    BTW, anyone watched Gods Quiz, great drama seems to be along the same line as TEN

    1. I loved Smile, You! You can do what I do tho when a drama is just too much, skip a few episodes. Most times I can continue on from skipping but rarely am I “Wait, what just happened?!” and have to go back.

  3. Since my infusion into the Korean culture began over 8 months ago with my introduction to Korean dramas beginning with BOF, I have been really, really interested in the food. Every two weeks, my daughter and I go to this really big Korean market that also has a small restaurant. Since then, I have gotten to taste kimchi for the first time in over 20 years, introduced to Korean Beef soup soybean soup, and Bibimbap with bulgugi. If anyone has links to good recipes or even personal recipes, please share on the bulletin board. My daughter is a great cook and love to experiment. She made a wonder seaweed soup in memorial of my Father who died last August so we want to try to make some of these at home too! Thanks.

    1. Try YouTube…just type in Korean food and a bunch of how to videos come up. They show you what ingredients you need and how the recipe should look.

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